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We tried out this new pizza restaurant.

Four one-month-old otters get shown how to swim for the first time.

If you’re choosing to refuse single-use plastic here are some alternatives

Grayling Marsh, a fresh-out-of-college vet, will write a regular column for us about creatures great and small... and adventures with her Labrador Lachlan

With the end of the World Cup and Wimbledon, many of us will experience a come-down. Here’s an antidote: some great football and tennis books to keep the buzz alive a while yet

The crowd were buzzing with electricity whilst waiting for The Killers to take to the stage on Saturday night.

Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind is 40 years old and its enduring appeal has paved the way for a number of thoughtful films about our society and its future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke celebrates the serious science fiction film

Maria Marten and the Murder in the Red Barn is one of the most enduring parts of Suffolk folklore. It’s a story that has been told, re-told, adapted, sung and staged countless times over the centuries and you would think that there is nothing more to say about this infamous crime. You would be wrong.

Through the darkness the devil dog of Suffolk came, red eyes glowing like hot coals against fur blacker than the night, a malevolent shadow in the Leiston graveyard whose presence hinted at misfortune in the future.

The Australian film industry has always punched above its weight. It has produced some stunning movies and some of Hollywood’s greatest stars. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the glories of Aussie-wood

The Spill Festival has just been unveiled and will be staging 150 events across Ipswich. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to curator Robert Pacitti about the event

Pharmaceutical companies are experts at getting us to pay more than we need for brand names. MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis explains how you can save big – but still get the same medicine.

HighTide unveils a musical tinged theatre festival this year. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to artistic director Steven Atkinson about the treats in store and discovers a real East Anglian flavour to the work

We might be out of the World Cup but we still have plenty of reasons to be happy about living in England and Suffolk.

“I would rather pay full-price than queue all that time,” that was the claim of an Essex mum after abandoning attempts to take advantage of a special promotion at Colchester’s Build-A-Bear store.

A drunk teenager injured three officers as he laid into riot police who were trying to shut down an illegal rave in Norfolk woodland, a court has heard.

Take a look at the great events taking place on July 14 and 15 near you.

In his latest column, Nino Severino returns to a topic very close to his heart - the health of the nation’s children and his fears for the ticking time bomb of unhealthy lifestyles.

The VW campervan is a staple at campsites and festivals - but its distinctive looks mean it is also a favourite for wedding transport.

Ipswich Town legend and former England manager Sir Bobby Robson would have been “thrilled” by England’s World Cup success, according to his widow Lady Elsie.

A former Stowmarket councillor accused of murdering his wife after she discovered he was having an affair allegedly threatened to kill her several weeks before her death, a court has heard.

It’s 28 years since the last time an England team reached the World Cup semi-finals in 1990. Fans have been sharing their memories of Bobby Robson’s England team.

There was some good news for the family of missing airman Corrie McKeague today when his brother announced on national TV that he was going to marry a woman he met while searching for the serviceman.

We checked out this dog-friendly Suffolk coastal pub.

England have reached their first World Cup semi-final for 28 years and will play Croatia on Wednesday night. Mark Heath brings you everything you need to know about the game.

A charity is appealing for information after a litter of kittens were found dumped in an alleyway.

Police are hunting three men after an aggravated burglary in Clacton early this morning.

Make sure you pick up a copy of the East Anglian Daily Times on July 10 to see your children in our Top Class supplement.

Fans provide an important voice in the world of top TV shows and blockbuster movies but Arts Editor Andrew Clarke worries that Hollywood is taking too much notice of their opinion and it is killing their ability to tell an engaging story

Maria Marten and the Red Barn has been an important part of Suffolk folklore for the past 200 years but who was the real Maria Marten. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke joined the cast of Eastern Angles summer show Polstead to find out

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